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frontline journalism fund, supporting investigative reporting and enterprprprprprpp >> martin smith: it's one of america's most dangerous jobs. >> people have no idea what we go through on a day-to-day basis to give them that service when they're holding their cell phone. >> smith: tower climbers install and service cell phone antennas, ascending hundreds-- sometimes more than a thousand-- feet. >> people don't understand what the danger is to tower climbing. one personrops a wrench and it'll kill somebody. >>yeah, 1,500 feet. look at that view! we get paid for this. we get paid for this. >> 1,500 feet. >> smith: the job attracts a certain kind of worker. >> this is awesome. >> smith: someone like jay guilford. >> he was young, he was cocky. he was never scared of nothing. >> 911 emergency. >> yes, we're working on a tower site. we jushad a man fall froa 200-foot tower. we need an ambulance. >> okay, i'll get them down there. >> it was not even a year, jay ain't even been in it a year when the accident happened. >> smith: guilford's death wasn't an isolated case. over the last decade other me
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loyola of san leandro. abc7 news reporter nick smith has more on the victims. he spoke with a friend visiting one of the women in the hospital at stanford today. nick. reporter: you know, at least two of the women who survived the fiery accident are in stanford medical center behind me. we have new to the abc newsroom video that shows how alarming this smoky, fiery car really was. look at this video. this is new to abc7 news, given to us by a viewer who happened to be passing by the burning limousine stopped on the bridge. now, traffic had already started to slow, so the driver pulled out the camera to capture the action. you can see the thick dark smoke covering the back of the stretch hem seen, even more disturbing are the flames in the back. you can see two cars pulled off the road. possibly attempting to help those trapped inside. today, family members and friends are shocked by what happened. ivy and roy knew one of the four women who escaped from the burning car. nelia arellano, and she is being treated for minor injuries, and they also knew the bride who did not escape the smo
. he was the husband of keith smith, and the father of jared smith bovey, as well as lauren whiteney smith bovey. todd and keith were united by domestic partnership and finally being legally married in the state of california. todd had a way to make each person feel welcomed and loved. he was a passionate, funny and he was a joker and always ready to tackle any challenge. he was an enthusiastic advocate for lgbt in san francisco and i would ask that we adjourn the meeting in his honor today. finally, i just wanted to talk about an ordinance that i will be introducing next week. and it's a revised proposal that deals with my originally proposal to add harvey milk's name to the san francisco airport. when i made my introduction a few weeks ago, i made it clear the goal of my proposal was to honor harvey milk and in the process of that introduction, we set up a process for discussing the proposal with members of all communities in san francisco. for the last few months we have had meetings with hundreds of people, with dozens of organizations, and we have had heard what a lot of people
up front that won't pit road during -- they've got bobby labonte, regan smith, and josh white. it's almost like they're still playing the weather game here a little bit. because by my calculations, they can't go very far before they have to make a pit stop. >> it is cloudy in turn three and four. maybe they have good radar. or good gas mileage. >> often what richard petty said. i'd rather be lucky than good. >> i think you'd like to be both in this case. it'll take a lot of luck. >> first cars with full fuel load. that's row three. with the crowd yelling and excited. racing once again at talladega with 58 laps to go. green flag. bobby labonte, past cup champion, and david gilliland bring them down for the restart. >> to these drivers it's like starting all over. >> mcmurray up top in that car. >> everybody wants position. >> i think we'll see urgent racing right there. >> stuck in the middle there going backwards right here. >> kenseth comes right up against him and has to jump on the brakes. >> we see this happened to carl a few times in the middle lane like that. >> i wish you'd
and sean smith were killed. the second attack, more than six hours later on the compound's mean annex building. a mile or so away. that is were security personnel glen doherty and tyrone woods, both former navy s.e.a.l.s were killed. >> nothing will ever shake the resolve of this great nation or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for. today we mourn for more americans that represent the very best of the united states of america. reporter: the president talked about the acts of terror the days after benghazi. including why u.s. forces weren't sent in in a way that could have perhaps prevented the second attack. and statements from administration officials that seemed to blame the attack not on terrorists, but anti-islam films that were angering muslims all over the world. the best assessment that we have today is that in fact this was not a preplanned, meditated attack. that would happen initially is that it was a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired in cairo, egypt, as a consequence of the video. the people gathered outside of the embassy. that it grew very viol
trying to step out of traffic, could not. played by smith at nice fore-check. >> eddie: presenting emerson etem to get to the puck. >> rick: held up by franzen, couldn't get in on the fore check, pass out for cleary. and dives to try to get it ahead and franzen, leading it in for filppula, and perry, made a great defensive play. beleskey couldn't handle the pass. and heading to the corner. and beleskey trying to march to the front. down he goes, and wings have it. and beleskey, one of the guys who is really put in the extra effort at both ends of the ice. cogliano, swings good. double-teams, much better than by zetterberg. lead pass, and coming late, down the board, johan franzen to zetterberg. franzen, zetterberg, and pass from the point. the drive, and datsyuk, to the rebound. and gets away by cogliano. quincey gets to it. and to the anaheim defense. pass cut off by andersson. away comes lovejoy, and chopped away to zetterbergç by samuelsson. pass ahead by robby ryan, down he goes, puck retrieved by etem, gets it to the corner, steckel, fights off the check. kindl defending. p
in benghazi the government refused to pay for her ticket the to washington. shawn is smith died in the first wave of attacks in benghazi and his mom patricia smith joins us from washington, d.c. she wants to know why her son was killed. thanks for coming on. i appreciate it. i bond hear your reaction is hearing from the attorneys that they have this bombshell that there was a coverup allegedly of the facts and circumstances of the incident in which your son was killed. >> i know there was a coverup. i have studied this thing backwards, forwards, upside down. i had to get my information from outside sources because the government would not tell me. they kept telling me they are investigating. jay carney says it is old news but they he still don't have answers. and hillary says that what difference does it make? it makes one big difference to me. my son was killed. and he couldn't -- he could have been saved if people would have is done their jobs. >> geraldo: what is the most burning question you have? can you tell us specifically what is it that you really want to know? >> who blew it? who d
head of intelligence under clinton and joshua have been smith. so when it came time for benedict arnold to betray his country, he met with john andre to formulate a plan of attack and give him the plans of west point and let him know where to best attack for a in order to quickly win. they met on the side of the hud said, from west point in a wooded area and they were bickering the whole night about how to best he thinks. you've heard of arnold. you could see how his son is very amenable fellow. he was still squabbling about the price. he was going on and on. sure enough the sun comes up while they are still talking. under a ship fired upon in the future you see it. so he's trapped. so arnold says okay, smith, andre kamath lets go back to smith's house and figure out another way to get you back to safety and british control of new york city. so they go back to the house and arnold says quick, put on smith's jacket. this will despise you so everyone will think you are an american. to me a favor and read with him back down to new york city to make sure he's safe. so everything seems great
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away. >> jeff smith oversees policies and union contracts. after we started looking into the add min leave -- >> i was surprise. first thing i thought is we need to do an investigation. >> reporter: his main concern, the financial impact on the county, if other departments try to get around the pay cuts by giving time off. >> it's a problem in terms of savings to the county. >> one of our core values is transparency. this is making clear and transparent to the public what we are doing, which is giving administrative leave in lieu of scheduled time off. >> transparency no one knew about until now. >> clearly the public is going to say why are you different from all the other offices? why should your employees be treated differently. >> here is how the county responded to our investigation. it capped administrative leave to 40 hours per person, per year. the county executive reached out to the attorney general asking her to also investigate. clearly, more to come. when we return, we investigate a crime behind bars. >> like i said, it's still going on right now within the prison system.
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smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> hi, everybody. welcome back. european stocks turn positive on thin volumes for a uk bank close on the holiday. a reversal of fortune for europe's data picture. germany's sector shrinks in april for the fist time in five months. this as the pmi in france recovers from italy hits the highest level in almost two years. and malaysian stocks soar after the national ruling front party clings to power in the front vote. the government now faces a radical divide and allegations by the opposition. >>> before we moch to the european markets, we're following closely what's taking place in the middle east, in israel in particular. given that it seems that israel damascus. we're hearing over the weekend israeli officials apparent wanting to intercept missiles they claim were heading to hezbollah. we're hearing the strik
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the outlook for europe's telecom sector as soon as we come back. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ >>> all right. heads-up, i'm talking about manchester united that there will be a retirement at the end of the season as manager of the club. alex ferguson will be retiring at the end of the season. he did retire once in 2001 season. clearly of course didn't retire. this one will be slightly more final. we'll talk about that. a lot of speculation about i
-trade. less for us. more for you. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] . >>> while you are awake, our producer has some answers. >> hey, we have megan on twitter. she had senioritis, means me and my room nates are up. back in the day, it was bottles of.tain dewment they have these little things of five-hour energy. johnny sanchez, my daughters kept me up all fit. there is nothing on tv at this time nothing other than good infomercials. so we're ahead of infomercials, awesome. thank you, john. "the morning joe" starts right now. >> new jersey governor chris christie, did you hear about this? did you hear what is going on? he had the stomach surgery so he won't be so big. did you hear about that? >> yeah. >> what year is this? but his family gave him the choice. they said, look, you either have that surgery or get your own zip code but with
will ab repair that costs millions. nbc bay area kristi smith joining us live in oakland where a meeting of engineers wrapped up. kristi, you are there. what can you tell us about it. >> good morning. after weeks and countless questions on what that went wrong here caltrans came up with a decision to fix the bay bridge. they call it a saddle. it's option two. they were looking at two options. this is an exterior steel sheet that would essentially take the loads the faulty rods were supposed to support in the first place. they say installation would be easier and cost less than the other option. they are talking $5 to $6 million. in march about three dozen steel bolts snapped like twigs after they were tightened. they were supposed to help support movement during a quake. that left many questions open about the safety of the bridge. the faulty bolts were manufactured in 2008. the problem believed to be excess hydrogen. a second batch made in 2010 has held up so far. as for the fix, the steel has already been ordered but they are still watching those bolts made in 2010. >> then you get que
. stunning new video. so glad we're inside. next. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the firsweek... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostilityagitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and se
and darker today. we have team in coverage on the bay area warm-up. christie smith will show us how people who work outside right now are trying to deal with the heat. but first, to meteorologist christina loren in san jose with exactly how hot it's really going to get out there. >> reporter: good morning to you. sure doesn't feel like morning out here. we are soaring temperaturewise. san jose is one of the cities where it's not that hot. let's get right to your current temperatures right now. as you can see, plenty of 70s and 80s. some of the warmer cities are right along the peninsula. as we head throughout the day today, if we shatter or break any sort of all-time temperature records, it will be near the coast or near the peninsula around the inner bay where we typically do not see the 90s, especially this early in the season. now, winds are dropping off. that red flag warning was able to expire, which is good news for the elevated fire danger. it's still going to be rather high for today because of the hot temperatures and the dry eat. we'll tell you when we get a cooldown and some sho
-- they decided that she really needed surgery. so asheville smith who was the yale-educated physician who was sam houston's great friend, and he actually started the texas medical association and the university of texas medical school in galveston, but he came to margaret, and he said we have to take this out. and, um,. >> she wrote to sam houston, and she said this, this is going to be a little surgery, it won't be bad, and i am resolved to take it like a soldier. and asheville smith wrote to sam houston after he did take the breast tumor out because she refused even the whiskey that he, that asheville smith offered to dull the pain, and she would only clench a silver coin in her teeth. and it's, it was because they thought she was so strict with sam houston about stopping his drinking -- which he did -- [laughter] that she didn't want anything to mess around with that. so with a silver coin in her teeth, she endured that and had six more children. [laughter] so another one that i wrote about was emily austin perry. this was back in the revolutionary time, and len mcbee is a cousin of her. steph
smith to do honors. owner of applebees and ihop seeing sales way down, blaming a rocky economy, nervous consumers, dave said the writing on the menu. >> i think those are two chains middle class oriented. middle class, i believe, with all my heart, is the group that is really taking it in the shorts, they are in a pincher move ament, top end their jobs d livelihood are most effected by this information movement. middle managers are paid to move information. they are folks most badly affected by the internet revolution. on bottom side you have people on payroll tax side, obamacare thing costing a lot of money, college tuition inflation is not abated, they are stuck in this pincer movement. like what do we expect they don't have money left over to drop you know 60 for a family of 4 on a tuesday night at applebees. neil: i am wondering whether that moves up the food chain, tobin, the restaurateurs and others, it does but not all of the time. >> there are a couple things, ihop, we remember is international house of pancakes, they have a meal men tha menu, r ending pancake, and grand slam, i
's portraying on the screen. we talk about it this morning with our tracy smith. >> camera ready. reporter: mark harmon is merely the number one star on the number one show on the number one network. but long before he played an action hero, he actually was one. though he would never admit it. >> you just react. that's all you do. >> reporter: you can't even take credit for that. >> i'd like to think that i would do it again, but i don't know. >> reporter: ahead on sunday morning, the heart and guts of mark harmon. >> osgood: the word meltdown doesn't always mean something terrible as bill geist will show you. >> reporter: not since the beatles and bieber have we seen such frenzied fans. what's driving them wild? you'll be shocked to learn that it's grilled cheese mania. ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: bill whitaker will preview the big movies of summer. mo rocca takes us back to the mexican-american war. joel sartore shares a photo album of migrating birds and more. but first the headlines for this sunday morning the 5th of may, 2013. israeli warplanes struck areas around damascus in syria
to closing this prison? we'll hear from the top democrat on house armed services, congressman adam smith. >>> and could you live 1.50 a day? the vice president's sons are going to be here to tell us how they joined the campaign to make people aware of global hunger. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell in washington with breaking news. the fbi has noun taken into custody three additional people in connection with the boston marathon bombing investigation. the three were roommates of dzhokhar tsarnaev. we have more details from nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. and joining us from boston, nbc news investigative correspondent michael isikoff. pete, first to you, on the three suspects and what we believe their connection is, and the possible charges. >> well, we should emphasize that authorities say there's no indication, none whatsoever that any of these three had anything to do with the bombing. what they're accused of doing is taking some things action some items that belonged to dzhokhar tsarnaev, throwing them away, and then denying that they did that when the fbi questioned t
murder. ambassador chris stevens and shaun smith and former navev seals glen doubtery and ty wooled. the american medical journalia aided and abetted the cover up of a terrorist attack 17 days blamed by the obama team on a snippet of a utube video and the spontanous mob mad about it the facts neverapped added up. i was one of the very first voice to put it bluntly. not saying it lightly and not saying it to be sensational. your government lied to you. there is no doubt what so ever that there was intelligence and information that led to the clear conclusion that something brewing. i haven't been proven wrong despite val attempts and collusion between it is press, state department and white house ask highly placed military officials holding politically sensitive positions. this week after stellar reporting by the news division reveal would that whistle-blowers in the federal were poised to reveal what the white house and federal officialless were covering up 7 monthings. ed henry ask would the president for a response, the president actually claim would that he was unaware of any fed
between the adam smith waivers and the pragmatic wing, the so- called baker -- some of those guys. but everyone had pretty good respect for him. >> i want to go back to this business of your controversy. bob novak had a few things that he said about you. let's watch this and get your reaction. video clip >> on the phone, and we have breakfast every other saturday at the hay adams, and he did not talk to me. he talked to bill, a left-wing was quotingand he david stockton. just talking to the reagan the administration. book was like in the ,iddle of a russian revolution and it was an incredible shot over the bout. reagan could not believe it. he believes stockton did not intend to do it. he was a destructive force for the rest of his time in the white house. >> disruptive. novakl, you know, bob with a microphone or a megaphone for the hard core of supply-siders, of which there were about four. jack kemp, who was a great guy but unbelievable there on tax- cutting, and formerly the wall street journalist, a fanatic, who is aaffer, charlatan. he claims to be an economist, and he waves
governor richardson was telling shepard smith in the last hour that he was just misinterpreted, no harm no foul, or how -- >> he is entitled to his opinion. my focus is on the substance of what works in matters. you know, neil, i think most americans don't care about petty political squabbles in washington. what they care about is leaders in both parties who are willing to roll their sleeves up and fix the problems. we got 23 million people out of work, and i think the idea that you have politicians squabbling and name-calling, makes no sense at all. what we should be doing is getting the economy growing again. we need tax reform. we need regulatory reform. we need sound money. we need to address the problems that are impacting people's lives, because so many people are hurting right now, and in particular, economic mobility has been terrible under president obama. young people, hispanics, african-americans, single moms, have been hammered by the obama economic agenda, and i think what the american people want is leaders who are serious about fixing those problems. >> neil: james car ve
is in the republican party are saying he has had the lap dog surgery. i like mr. smith and row len ski. i will tell you this. he certainly knows how to get someone elected president. i guess he is going to do it for himself this time through. you have got to lose -- look at that billy. they couldn't ky him into a hock tore 800 it would look like an mri exam. >> bill: hey as a lot of energy behind him. >> flying on gulf stream. he can't fit. and unless you are going to run for mayor mccheese, you can't be that fat and be in politics. >> bill: not today. taft and grover cleveland two of your personal favorites were very hefty boys. i have always marveled at christie's energy. even though he is a big man a lot of energy. >> you have a hell of a lot of energy until the minute your heart stops in the space of a one half of a nano second. right up until then though, you are a long distance runner. >> bill: he should be like me and give up the glue ten. get that wheat out of there you won't have to have the stomach stapled. >> can i tell what you it was like to be your friend on glue ten living hell. now that
aisle. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> well, we've seen a lot of polling that suggests senators who voted against background checks are suffering in public opinion polls. today evidence that two red state democrats up for re-election next year actually helped themselves by voting yes on expanded background checks. look at this. according to a new ppp poll, 45% of louisiana voters say they're more likely to vote for senator mary landrieu because she voted for background checks versus just a quarter of the voters who say they're less likely. in north carolina, women are more likely to vote for senator kay hagan because of her vote. again, only a quarter said they're less likely to support her. they're looking in good shape. the poll found three quarters of voters in both states say they favor background checks. we'll be rig
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in this picture. the last three years she was living in northern florida, where she was known as lovey smith. she had a place to live, including friends, the woman on the left is sandra forester and she joins me tonight. how did you first meet brenda? >> hi, anderson. i met lovey through a neighbor, his name is justin. basically i was asking for -- if he had any suggestions for housekeeper and he gave me her name. he spoke very highly of her. he actually used her for a babysitter as well. that was sometime in 2010. >> so that was 2010. what did she tell you about herself? what was she like? >> you know, when you're visiting someone's house once a week, there for six or eight hours cleaning, it was small talk usually. we talked a lot about the keys and she had lived there actually around the same time i had. we had that in common. she told me, you know -- she talked about the beach and things like that but as time went on, she talked more and more about her personal life with say her boyfriend and she told me that she had a bad relationship with her boyfriend and i started to kind of feel bad for
this month. we'll be right back. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> also the sequestration cut a million out of the fema program, food banks, and homeless prevention around the country. here in new york city, two-thirds of the soup kitchens and food pantries in new york city already have to ration food. >> welcome back. this week, we've brought you reports how the arbitrary across the board spending cuts are hurting the poor and vulnerable. there was joe by the way you just saw there from the new york city coalition against hunger. before that, we told you about cuts in meals on wheels. tonight, we're talking about reports all week, we're calling it the unkindest cut. we asked for your input and now, we want to share your responses, how the sequester is affecting you. from megan w. my federal work study is being cut by seven hours
in the hungarian capital of budapest, holding a protest against the gathering. perry smith reports. >> tight security around the hotel were delegates have gathered. chose the hungarian capital this year to highlight their concerns. far fornot have to look the evidence. this was the scene on saturday, just a few streets away. they held a rally to protest the decision of the budapest authority to host the congress. one jewish delegate from north america said that she hoped that her presence would send a message to the world. i would like the prime minister to say that hungry was not allowed the rights of anti- semitism in hamburg. hamburg has been destroyed once, it will not be destroyed again. inthe third largest party the hungarian parliament, police had initially banned the rally, but that was overturned by a budapest court. hungary has the largest jewish community in central europe. the country's prime minister attended the conference with other key north -- keynote speakers. >> police in china have arrested 900 people accused of selling fake me. 20 tons ofold over what was supposed to be
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into america's largest domestic airline. we are southwest. welcome aboard. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> welcome back. as we've been mentioning today marks the third anniversary of the so-called flash crash when the dow sank 1,000 points in virtually the blink of an eye. bob pisani, have you recovered from that day yet? could it happen again? that's what people want to know. >> the answer is it could happen again but there have been some changes in trading that hopefully will mitigate any kind of the severity at least of the price drop. i'm referring to these new circuit breakers. they're called limit up, limit down that have been put in place recently, bill. let me show you how it would work. for example, suppose the stock is trading at $10. all the sudden it drops 5% in five minutes to $9.50. it would be essentially -- if it was goin
where you stand, turn to us. wells fargo advisors. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ >>> welcome back. another big day on wall street. the dow industrials hitting fresh all-time highs, and for the first time ever finishing higher for the 17th tuesday in a row. break it all down with a pair of nyc traders who have been living this historic run for stocks for year, gordon charlotte from rosenblatt securities. guys, good to see you. i know you think it is la
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can help. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> back to "hardball." now to the sideshow. first, "funny or die" teams up with "modern family" star jesse tyler ferguson. and also others on a marriage equality public service announcement. it's what you'd expect actually from a 1950s tv show with a clever twist. here's a look. while you watch, see if you can identify who's doing the narrating. >> this is a typical american neighborhood. friendly faces and quiet streets. but there is one person living on this street whose orientation threatens to destroy society. there's dale wilson struggling with his lawn mower. what you can't tell about dale is that he's sick. he opposes marriage equality. he gives off clues of his prejudice with buzzwords like "pro family." dale would let any two idiots marry unless those two idiots are gay. dale h
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